|Night Beat (accurately labeled) - Old Time Radio|
Episodes of the Night Beat radio program. Each episode was verified and accurately labeled using the most up to date program log.
Keywords: Night Beat; OTR; Frank Lovejoy
Downloads: 774 (2 reviews)
|Anthology 54 05 30 Memorial Day 1954|
This Special Memorial Day Edition presents Bing Crosby, Frank Lovejoy, Agnes Moorehead, and Walter Huston, with their readings of poems and stories from American history.
Keywords: Anthology; Bing Crosby; Frank Lovejoy; Agnes Moorehead; Walter Huston; Drama; Old Time Radio; OTR
|''Four Star Playhouse'' - Meet McGraw|
An episode of "Four Star Playhouse", aired 25 February 1954 and starring Frank Lovejoy. This episode later resulted in a spin-off that aired in the 1957-1958 season.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Frank Lovejoy; Four Star Playhouse
Downloads: 1,798 (2 reviews)
|''Stage 7'' - The Long Count|
An episode of mid-1950s anthology series "Stage 7", titled "The Long Count". This episode is a crime drama about a detective named McGraw, and stars Frank Lovejoy. Richard Deacon appears in a brief role. Originally broadcast 27 March 1955.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 1955; Stage 7; Anthology; Anthology series; Frank Lovejoy; Joan Vohs; Biff Elliot; Nestor Paiva; Mel Welles; Richard Deacon
Downloads: 371 (1 review)
|Keep 'em Rolling - WA4CZD|
Keep 'em Rolling was a Mutual Broadcasting System show that featured a play each week. Time Magazine said it was sponsored by the Office for Emergency Management (link http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,795612,00.html behind a paywall but you can see part of it). Keep 'em Rolling is also mentioned in this ebook on Archive.org, Radio in wartime: http://archive.org/details/radioinwartime00dryerich ...but any typo or error is mine...
Keywords: World War II: Homefront; World War, 1939-1945; Anna Neagle; Kenny Baker; Charles Bickford; Bea Wain; Arch Oboler; Erich Von Stroheim; Frank Lovejoy; John Garfield; Otto Kruger; Myrna Loy; Merle Oberon; Tyrone Power; World War II; Old Time Radio; World War, 1939-1945 -- War Work -- United States; 1942; WWII
|The Voice of The Army - WA4CZD|
The Voice of the Army was produced by the U.S. Army Recruiting Publicity Bureau. Dates are approximate. "Names on the List" was written by Cpl. Jacques Finke and Cpl. Donald Agger, and won an Ohio State Citation in 1945. 1944-xx-xx AFRS Voice of the Army 213 Names on the List Helen Hayes.mp3 1944-xx-xx AFRS Voice of the Army 214 Hospital Train Helen Hayes.mp3 1945-xx-xx AFRS Voice of the Army 269 Report Number B-129 Frank Lovejoy.mp3 1946-xx-xx AFRS Voice of the Army 303 Killroy Was Here Arnold ...
Keywords: AFRS; OTR; Old Time Radio; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Bill Stern; Ethel Smith; Bob Thomas; Hugh Herbert; Hal McIntyre; Fred Waring; Dorothy Gish; Sonny Tufts; Peggy Ann Garner; Rise Stevens; Arthur Treacher; Margaret Whiting; Nat King Cole; John Dall; Adolph Menjou; John Hodiak; Jimmy Stewart; Alice Marble; Murrow, Edward R., 1908-1965; Milton Cross; Henry Fonda; Gloria Swanson; Robert Sterling; Arlene Francis; De Marco Sisters; Johnny Desmond; Arnold Strang; Tex McCrary; Helen Hayes; Frank Lovejoy; Pat O'brien; WWII; World War, 1939-1945 -- Recruiting & Enlistment
Downloads: 4,323 (1 review)